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Region E - Far West Texas

Region E - Far West Texas

Regional Facts

Major Cities
El Paso
Primary RiversRio Grande
Major AquifersHueco Mesilla-Bolson, Cenozoic, Pecos Alluvium
Annual Precipitation8-20 Inches
Net Evaporation52-68+ Inches

2011 Regional Water Plan

Read the 2011 Regional Water Plan: http://www.twdb.state.tx.us/wrpi/rwp/3rdround/2011RWP.asp

Additional Resources

Take Action!

Find out what is happening in Region E. Meeting information and planning documents are posted on the TWDB website.
Go to TWDB's Region E page.

Here are just a few things you can do.

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El Paso Times, 6/14/2008
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State looks at impact of climate on water
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Rio Nuevo not in main body of regional water plan
The Big Bend Sentinel, 11/23/2005
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El Paso helps itself through water conservation
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El Paso water: Conservation is good policy all the time
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Far West Texas water group completes draft
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Where is your town in the water race?
Big Bend Sentinel, 4/28/2005
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Water lease could start in spring
Desert Mountain Times, 3/3/2005
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Trust formed to protect Rio Grande flows
The Desert-Mountain Times, 1/13/2005
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Water group identifying major springs
Alpine Avalanche, 12/2/2004
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